Next year the institution of the Great Fish will complete two decades of professionalism and, with ups and downs, it has always been the main protagonist of the silver league of Mexican soccer, and although today its fans may be annoyed by the lack of results, in a reality that this team continues to be built, with a medium-term project where today the development of its Armed Forces players is privileged. Basics.
With Rafael ‘Chiquis’ GarciaDorados is experiencing its fourth tournament under the baton of this coach who is considered to be one of the new generation of coaches, with two qualifications for the Championship Playoffs, it is a reality that is constantly growing.
Except for the Colombians Raúl ‘Pantera’ Zúñiga, Gian Martínez, Matías Costa, Gonzalo Alfaro Moreno, and the last two from Argentina, it has a base of players formed by the soccer group headed by Jorgealberto Hank.
Today it has players who continue their training such as Ricardo Díaz in goal, who became the undisputed starter for the Sinaloans after spending last year with Gallos de Querétaro, Aarón Mejía who since 2015 has played in all categories of Dorados, same case of Rodrigo Lugo.
Other players who are trained in Dorados and who will surely continue to complete their training under the baton of ‘Chiquis’ García are: Eduardo Armenta, David Osuna, Misrha Herrera and Orlando Tirado.
The current tournament has not been the best for the team and before playing the match against Atlético Morelia they occupy the penultimate position, hence the fans should not despair and be aware that the team is undergoing a process where surely when open the lock on promotion, the team will have a good base of players formed during this process.
DOMINATE Mexican players the individual scoring in the current Apertura 2022 tournament, except for the Argentine Ángel David Sayago, fourth in the position of best scorers, the other nine are of Mexican origin, Eduardo Torres, made in Chivas, is currently the best breaking nets with six goals, without being an attacker, the former player of Lobos BUAP and Zacatepec, was at the top of the scorers table, behind him is his partner in Cimarrones, Diego Jiménez, with five goals.
joao maleck from Tepatitlán is third with five goals, followed by Juan Pablo Domínguez from Atlante, who received the opportunity to play in the Expansion League from Mario García, and Mauro Pérez, from Los Venados, who came from Pachuca, in addition to being a military man. in Atlético de San Luis and Gallos de Querétaro both add four goals.
The fact that national players dominate the individual scoring department in the long term can benefit Mexican soccer in order to generate a greater number of opportunities.